Take a spectacular video tour of Railroads On Parade. This amazing 5000 square-foot model railroad extravaganza, in scenic Pottersville, New York, is housed in a handsome reproduction of an art deco train station.
This exhibit features more than fifty electronically controlled trains operating on five separate exhibits. See the sixteen-foot high cloud-filled backdrops, dozens of animations and automations, 2500 feet of track, hundreds of vehicles, large and small bridges, and thousands of trees. You can pretend to be the engineer of powerful steam engines, sleek diesels, electrics, and trolleys.
Explore the famed Station Exhibit seen for over twenty years in New York City. Marvel at the 100-foot long Hell Gate Bridge Exhibit including a sixteen-foot long scratch-built model of that legendary bridge.
Plus the 1939 World's Fair Exhibit NYC Subway Exhibit, Prince Edward Island Exhibit, the Manhattan skyline of the 1940s, the Catskills, a drive-in theatre showing the movie 'High Noon', and a traveling carnival. And don't forget the ice-skating dogs!
The creators are Tony-nominated Broadway set designer Clarke Dunham, and his prize-winning artist/writer wife, Barbara, who - along with their talented band of artists, craftspeople, modelers, painters, carpenters, electricians, and electronic experts - made this masterpiece a reality.
Prepare to be amazed.